"GLOBAL ISSUES, LEADERSHIP CHOICES":
Tomorrow Americans celebrate when their immigrant founders were assisted by the local population, making it timely to look at research related to immigration. In my classes we talk about push and pull factors affecting immigration. This article focuses on the "migration hump" -- the observed phenomenon that economic migration tends to increase as households move from poor to middle class, at which point further income gains cause migration to flatten out and decline -- and how an understanding of the migration hump should play a role in developed countries' immigration strategies. www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/11/02/when-and-how-can-foreign-aid-slow-migration/
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